Cubify Cube 3D Printer Hobbyists have used desktop 3D printers for several years, but those machines were either pricey or dependent on DIY skills to build. With its new $1299 device, Cubify brings 3D printing from the hackerspace to the world of consumer products. It lets you print toys, jewelry, and other plastic objects in just a few hours.
Clever the 3D printing is! Yoda helps explain the latest technology innovation
Clever the 3D printing is! Yoda helps explain the latest technology innovation .... 3D printing has the potential to change our world as much as the Internet has over the last two decades. The industry - at least for the domestic market - is barely a few years old, but the technology is already signalling an age where we can assemble, out of thin air as it were, tools and toys at the push of the button
Sculpteo wants to be a 3D Shutterfly .... 3D printers are getting easier to use and cheaper to own, and 3D printing services like Shapeways and i.Materialise have been around for a while. Still, the technology hasn’t quite caught fire. Clement Moreau, the CEO and co-founder of Paris-based Sculpteo, thinks he can change that. His solution? Software that takes the glitches out of custom 3-D printing.
Makezine.com: "Using the Video Experimenter shield for Arduino, a group in Brazil developed a way to translate live closed captioning to a number of different languages. Called Easy Way Subtitles, the project uses the Video Experimenter Shield to get the closed captioning text from the broadcasted signal and turns it over to Google Translate."